2 Days in New York

2 Days in New York

Streaming Video - 2012
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Hip talk-radio host and journalist Mingus (Chris Rock) and his French photographer girlfriend, Marion (Julie Delpy), live cozily in a New York apartment with their cat and two young children from previous relationships. But when Marion's jolly father, her oversexed sister, and her sister's outrageous boyfriend unceremoniously descend upon them for an overseas visit, it initiates two unforgettable days of family mayhem.
Publisher: [United States] : Magnolia : Made available through hoopla, 2012
Branch Call Number: eVIDEO
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 96 min.)) : sd., col
Alternative Title: Two days in New York

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GrannysGlasses
Apr 14, 2017

Goofy. Characters were caricatures.

JCLKatieS Apr 09, 2015

This movie was funny at first but the eccentric characters rubbed me the wrong way. I really was annoyed by Julie Delpy's character, Marion, and wanted her to get a grip. It's a comedy but this movie is not enjoyable for someone who likes structure, order and normal people like myself.

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StopHarperNow
Jan 06, 2015

This is by far the worst movie I have seen in a long, long time. It makes an Adam Sandler flick seem Oscar-worthy in comparison.

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lledomik
Aug 09, 2014

A wonderful clash of two cultures! Brilliant characters and dialog. If you like "Before Sunrise" or "Before Sunset" you will love this movie.

LaughingOne Mar 01, 2014

Previews were definitely the best part of this film. It was totally unrealistic, I couldn't identify with any of the characters. The portrayal of the family from France was so awful I would think that French (and French-descended) people all over would be up in arms about the insults to their heritage. If this is supposed to be comedy, it's not the kind I enjoy.

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wildstrawberries
Feb 24, 2014

This film may not be for everyone, but I tend to like my comedy a bit darker than most. I love Julie Delpy. I think she is an accomplished writer and actress and proves her talent here as well. I like the 1st one a bit better, but she exposes some uncomfortable truths about family dysfunctions and most importantly and uniquely - in my opinion - the way women are perceived in an array of unflattering light. Her emotional outbursts are frequently seen by the more paternalistic characters as a flaw, which given the circumstances of those outburst are perfectly logical reactions to awful behavior. I think if this had been written by Woody Allen it would have been received better. I am glad she's writing - we need more women doing so.

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BlackTiger
Feb 13, 2014

This is one of those movies where I felt my life ticking away. The acting was fine, but the writing is too crudely juvenile for the characters. I suffered through halfway and gladly gave up, not caring the least bit how it ends. Recommended for insomniacs.

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neonkc
Jan 22, 2014

so, so

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jimg2000
Jan 14, 2014

Painfully trying to be funny and succeeded only in painfully trying. May be if the manic cadence of the on slaughter of over the top screwball scenes were dialed down ... but then, audiences would see through the absurdity too easily.

jamilad Nov 02, 2013

Movie has some funny parts, but also stereotypes most of the characters...

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LibraryUser53
Jul 07, 2013

Marion and Mingus, a Manhattan apartment occupying professional couple, each with a child from a prior partner, encounter a brief two-day visit from Marion's relatives from France: Her quixotic father, insouciant sister, and, unexpectedly, the sister's shuddersome boyfriend -- who we find out is one of Marion's past flames. In an ideal world, the hilarity would ensue. This film? Not so much.

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